TOM WARD – End our subsidies that keep Musk’s cars afloat

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While I’m still unsure if driving “the beast” (our new RV) will be my cup of tea on any really long-distance trips, my wife and I had a nice vacation in the Canadian Maritimes these past two weeks. I... more

ERIKA SANZI – Larger lessons in the story of Antonio Brown

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Until last week, I had never heard of Antonio Brown. Then, out of nowhere, his name was everywhere I turned. My family – three sons and a husband – watches a good amount of football but I would not... more

Letters to the Editor

Dube: Parents need to know more facts about charter schools

Erika Sanzi’s idea of report cards for schools is a good start to clearing up some misconceptions that parents have about schools. Especially in the past year, the RICAS results news has painted with... more

Child Care, Development Block Grant funding make a huge difference in quality education

I am chief education officer of The Children’s Workshop headquartered in Central Falls. We operate six schools and serve infant, toddler, preschool, pre-K, and school-age students across the state,... more

Dear sports Mom and Dad: Cool it

If you are the mother or father of a high school athlete here in Rhode Island, this message is primarily for you. When you attend an athletic event that involves your son or daughter, cheer to your... more

LaDuke: Privacy and respect

Recent events surrounding the chief of police are unsettling. All employees of the town of Scituate deserve the utmost respect and privacy. Without knowing exactly what transpired, it is my opinion... more

The future of Halliwell School site

The Halliwell School site sits on 32 acres of what is one of the most desirable development sites in North Smithfield. The land alone is assessed by the town tax assessor at $1.3 million! If this... more